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EU Reaffirmed Nelson Chamisa’s Election Loss

The recently released European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) final report on Zimbabwe’s July 30 harmonised elections reaffirmed how MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa was fairly defeated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Before the announcement of the Presidential election results, by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), the MDC Alliance believed …

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Organisation Gets Nod to Partner Ministry of Health

By Andrew Muvishi Government has granted the union of networks in Community Empowerment Foundation of Zimbabwe permission to carry out awareness campaigns on the prevention and control of cholera in Zimbabwe. Community Empowerment Foundation of Zimbabwe is a non-profit-making organisation that offers education on prevention and control of outbreak of …

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Rural women, agric in Zimbabwe

Danai Chirawu On  the 15th of October 2018, the world commemorated the International Day of the Rural Woman under the theme “sustainable infrastructure, services and social protection for gender equality and empowerment of rural women and girls.” It is important that along with all the other days which are set aside …

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SA rand steady

JOHANNESBURG. — South Africa’s rand inched lower early yesterday due to profit-taking as the dollar regained some ground after sliding on poor retail sales data. At 0630 GMT the rand was 0,07 percent weaker at 14,3750 per dollar, down from an overnight best of 14,3250 as its three-session rally ran out …

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Zim trade deficit with SA jumps three-fold

ZIMBABWE’S trade deficit with South Africa jumped 285% to $585,76 million in the period February to September this year compared to $152,1 million recorded during the same period last year, latest figures show. By Mthandazo Nyoni The country imported goods and services from South Africa worth $1,858 billion against exports …

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